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What's happening this week at St. Paul's

March 27- April 2, 2022

Lay Ministers Serving This Sunday

Eucharistic Minister (8:00): Ardis Gillespie

Eucharistic Minister (10:30): Nikki Bittle

Ushers: Pam Baxter & Paul Hance

Tech Support: David Taverner

Altar Guild: Karen Reynolds & Jo Cargill-Krug

Community Meal (3/30/2022):  Team Wray

Upcoming Events & News

Office Closed: The office will be closed on Monday April 4th. Katie will return for normal hours on Tuesday.

Holy Week Services: Holy Week Services will be offered in-person and on-line beginning Palm Sunday at 8:00 and 10:30 am. Please note, there will not be a nursery, children of all ages are welcome in church. Services will include a Tenebrae Service on Wednesday at 7:30 pm, Maundy Thursday at 7:30 pm, Good Friday at noon, Easter Vigil on Saturday at 8:00 pm, and Easter Sunday Services at 8:00 and 10:30 am. 

Forward Day by Day: The May, June, and July issue of Forward Day by Day has arrived and will be available for you to pick up this Sunday in the Narthex and in the office during the week. We will also mail you a copy if you wish – please call or email Katie if you would like her to mail one to you.  

Stained-Glass Window: A memorial gift from Louis Kealer’s family, coupled with money from the Men’s Group and an increasing number of gifts from parishioners is making it possible to repair and restore the large stained-glass window above the entrance to our church. The vestry, at its March meeting, approved a bid from Soos Stained Glass to complete this project. David Soos, out of Little Rock, is considered one of the top Stained-Glass craftsman in the Southwest. 

Organ Repairs: Our organ recently had a significant amount of work done to replace deteriorating valves. As you might expect, finding someone to do this work can be difficult. Fortunately, we are blessed by our connection with Lyon College and we were able to save money by scheduling it between the work on its organ and on organ at the Lutheran Church. We are also blessed by all the memorial gifts we have received which covered the cost of this work.  

Giving to St. Paul’s: For those attending online, there are three ways to give: you may mail your gifts to St. Paul’s at PO Box 2255, Batesville, AR. 72503, or make an online contribution by going to our website ( and by following the link to make a contribution. You may also set up automatic payments through your bank’s Bill Pay service.


Help Ukrainian Refugees: You can give to Episcopal Relief & Development who is working with ACT Alliance and Anglican partners in Europe to provide humanitarian assistance to people fleeing the violence in Ukraine. You may Give Online or pick up forms in the Narthex or church office which tell how you can mail in a contribution.

St. Paul’s Prayer List: 

Intercessions:  Dorla Guenzel, Betsy Benton, Jamie Bridgers, Ann Rhodes, Mike Smith, John & Susan Dempsey, Clint Callahan, Lanna Bradford, Jim Johnson, Chloe Davidson, Junior Kipfer, Royce Haigwood, Tedo Manley, Jo Cargill-Krug, Ann Stephenson, Matt Stephenson, Isabelle Tenace, Cathy McDonald, Kaye Starling & Sarah Hays.

Intercessions for Family & Friends: Glynnis, David, Jon Bucher, Pam Brown, Patty Healey, Joanna Herron, Frank Herron, Jim Wilson, Finn Mitchell, Benjamin Mitchell, David Yates, Donna Smith, Tom & Kathy Celestine, Terry Presley, Charlotte Franklin, Larry Linder, Gary, Phyllis & Gary Bratton, Molly, Mr. Clark, Peggy, Sofie Snow, Janet Circenis, David Weatherly, Sarah, Brady & Cody, Patsy Waren, Nick Avant, Linda Moe & Olivia.

In Memoriam: Madonna Smith (Jacqui McSpadden's sister).

Birthdays & Anniversaries: Karen Reynolds (3/27), Byron & Pam Skinner (3/27) & Cindy Allen (4/2).

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Postal Address:

P.O. Box 2255 Batesville, AR 72503-2255



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